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The radical comedian reassesses Darwin's description of the development of life.
🔗 Galaxy for the bed bound in the sleepless folk all across the British Land catch it
🔗 if you catch the thank
🔗 you thanks Peter.
🔗 So Krista my you are in a bleak world where only piece of fan is real.
🔗 Yes I'm sorry I'm going for a lie down. Well.
🔗 That's also learned and that's over this week.
🔗 So the hidden secrets of our bodies are revealed.
🔗 After two years sitting still in that cave practicing the competing faith.
🔗 I look at my feeble wrinkled flabby body a body
🔗 that in younger days in Tarzan on the jungle curse one gracefully through the trees
🔗 in an eight hours.
🔗 I put on my cardigan and left but I had discovered
🔗 that the body is not only my friends. It's disgusting.
🔗 And should remain covered at all times. Join me line no Nimrod again next time.
🔗 For more journeys into various night in explicable
🔗 inexplicably world is book by you and me with the ending it is he would pay for it.
🔗 My memory on it was written by Richard Herring
🔗 and you at least reduced my sickly after for it will be my therapist
🔗 week. Lynn herring venture under the sea. This is the culture here A.B.C.
🔗 News idea for now it's time for the march steel
🔗 revolution this week Mark recesses Darwin's description of the development of life.
🔗 If anyone can mark still can.
🔗 mock revolution the series of lectures on revolution this week the theory of
🔗 I was at uni a scolding nine hundred sixty S.
🔗 Every morning I had to sing hymns Act two
🔗 and some days to ease the boredom you not just the bourbon
🔗 and somehow the teachers know that you're the one I'm not seeing
🔗 and they come stomping down your lawn
🔗 and grab hold of your arm got a little old go to my three thing
🔗 we're just crap compared to
🔗 you with us.
🔗 We know even grateful ladies a good idea
🔗 and the many ways it possible for us to sing the same as the grow up not believing
🔗 a word of them was Charles Darwin.
🔗 And yet what most of us are taught
🔗 that Darwin comes down to one from survival of the fittest the philosophy of people
🔗 who lead local branches of the Conservative Party that it's but it's natural
🔗 that the people who end up on top of the strongest on fixed are most powerful which
🔗 is why the people
🔗 that all of you should be running the country have been John Major William how you
🔗 can Prince Jones. Where is Gary wilding in my class at school lived in a caravan
🔗 and he could have taken all three of them out without looking out for making a
🔗 train in this program I would be arguing
🔗 that survival of the fittest is the very opposite of what Darwin believed in
🔗 that the mind reason
🔗 that the Victorian establishment was terrified of his theories was not for the most
🔗 part religion.
🔗 Doping grandson of industrialists just oil which would esteems president of the
🔗 British Geological Society wealthy shareholder a valued member of the week party
🔗 and yet the children's book about a boy and a sprue were begins.
🔗 Charles Darwin was one of the world's.
🔗 It revolutionary and his book Origin of Species was a formula for revolution.
🔗 So before Darwin What did most people believe about the history of Earth
🔗 and its inhabitants were at the beginning of the nineteenth century belief in the
🔗 account given in Genesis was still widespread.
🔗 The most literal creationists believe that two great events
🔗 that shocked the earth the creation itself and then the flood
🔗 when according to check to six of Genesis the lute saw how great man's wickedness
🔗 on earth had become so the Lord said I will wipe mankind whom I have created from
🔗 the face of the earth men and animals and creatures that move along the ground
🔗 and the birds of the ad for I am grieved
🔗 that I have made them which is a bit rough on the other animals wouldn't I must've
🔗 been thinking well what I care.
🔗 When I see a vicious sword because you know if man's wicked ways starfish.
🔗 So most people believe
🔗 that the earth was only a few thousand years old a voice chancellor of Cambridge
🔗 University might to pronounce meant
🔗 that man was created by the Trinity on October the twenty third four thousand four
🔗 B.C. At nine o'clock in the morning because that was so that
🔗 when God finished you could go. Just in time for can't cook.
🔗 There was a social reason for believing in the creation story in feudal society it
🔗 fitted the picture of the universe in which everything
🔗 and everyone had a God given place by still around the ideas of every stock all the
🔗 prevailing idea was that rulers were born to rule at ministers to administer
🔗 and the rest of us just to serve.
🔗 So it's not all to see why Aristotle was popular amongst the nobility for example
🔗 he wrote even the bodies of men proved that some are born to rule
🔗 and others to lay by the upright carriage of the nubile renders him unfit vile work.
🔗 School boys. I'd love to help know the law but I'm afraid I'm too posh.
🔗 Right. CARRIGER say most important of all in this picture.
🔗 Nothing ever changed
🔗 but the nineteenth century with rapid changes in technology travel
🔗 and science belief in the boy's version of creation was being undermined the
🔗 geologist Charles loyal proves that the earth was much older than four thousand
🔗 and four years Account United
🔗 that it was nearer to three hundred thousand years old.
🔗 And the discovery of fossils of animals which no longer existed presented another
🔗 problem. So theories were advance
🔗 that God might have staged more than one creation occasionally making a few
🔗 creatures extinct.
🔗 The theory of a series of creations became the orthodox view in scientific circles
🔗 in the eighteen hundreds but equally with Dr McCulloch who argued
🔗 that if you studied the fossils of extinct animals closely.
🔗 You could see
🔗 that they noses are really fight to eat as a result of trying to keep breathing
🔗 during the flood.
🔗 The some people who went over to look
🔗 you could probably say
🔗 and in these ones you can see from the position of the front legs
🔗 that they were trying to attract the attention of the coastguard want to believe it
🔗 the most influential radical in natural history at this time was shown back to his
🔗 limo. They'd written about evolution before Darwin was even born
🔗 and his theory creatures could change themselves through their own Happy's So for
🔗 example a giraffe by stretching to reach tall trees for food could lengthen it Doug
🔗 Nick. It would then transfer these to its genes so
🔗 that it would pass the longer Nick on to its offspring until after several
🔗 generations the giraffe would have the length of neck it needed
🔗 but if this was true.
🔗 Anyone could change without God's direct intervention the law could live through
🔗 and been a supporter of the French Revolution so his theory was in some senses an
🔗 extension of his ball to our ideals
🔗 that you should be able to achieve your aims through your own efforts rather than
🔗 just accept the status you're born with in other words imagine the first long
🔗 necked giraffes I and the others are graphed might I say
🔗 or go they see the past are going to go in a good two hours next stretching before
🔗 a ten hour shift at the.
🔗 Robot shows Darwin was born in one thousand you know
🔗 and on the same day as I brought him Lincoln.
🔗 He was brought up as part of a wealthy medical family
🔗 and shrugs bery where he was privately educated before going to Edinburgh
🔗 University to study medicine though we highlighted his studies
🔗 and he left without a degree for a while he spent his time obsessively collecting
🔗 But then a position was put the lie for him as a country preached they do what the
🔗 rich did
🔗 and I don't like it if you're an unemployed labor going down the job center.
🔗 You know well what are your qualifications earth Valar left college for me
🔗 I see and that was your skills collect
🔗 but you look so odd in seventy six different types.
🔗 Well on the PHAEDO I can offer you is a job as a priest.
🔗 But Darwin did even better than
🔗 that a professor who was a friend of his father's going to job on a five year
🔗 voyage and I chased the girl.
🔗 But it's a myth
🔗 that Darwin's role in the ship was to be the naturalist though it was employed by
🔗 the Captain Robert Fitch really because he wanted someone to talk to
🔗 when the five year voyage little Fitz-Roy also had a second reason for wanting a
🔗 companion. He was paranoid. He might end up committing suicide.
🔗 The previous captain of the Big Lad gone mad on board ship and shot himself
🔗 and Fitzroy uncle was call so right the foreign secretary you'd gone mad
🔗 and slit his arm throat and fix Roy believe
🔗 that he might have inherited his uncle's slit your own throat jig.
🔗 So with a saw you give voice to negotiate Fitzroy invited don't we don't
🔗 do the Beagle or someone of a sufficient social standing
🔗 that he could converse with.
🔗 And to tell the story if it's really going to jump ahead a little bit dominant
🔗 Fitz-Roy on following a dog
🔗 and eventually took over from the previous ship's naturalist McCormick who got a
🔗 one point. Hug. But one night dove in
🔗 and Fitzroy had a rant about slavery Fitzroy being in favor
🔗 and are we vehemently opposed for then on the separate cultures and hardly.
🔗 Spoke twenty years later Fitzroy learned
🔗 that Darwin had worked out his theories on evolution from discoveries which might
🔗 one on board the H.M.S. The eagle.
🔗 Fitzroy felt racked with guilt at his own row if he'd never employed Darwin the
🔗 world might have been spared as he saw the A bomb the nation of evolution.
🔗 So he started running around the streets of Britain waving a Bible
🔗 and screaming faced is the truth.
🔗 This is the truth even turning up to disrupt Darwin's lectures by doing the same
🔗 and in the end the guilt drove Fitzroy so mad
🔗 that he slid his own throat
🔗 on the voyage of the Beagle Darwin collected thousands of specimens of
🔗 bones and fossils.
🔗 It was the Connecticut soil and fire in the Pacific Ocean
🔗 that made the greatest impression on him while there we noticed
🔗 that on each of the many islands the giant tortoises were different.
🔗 In fact he met a local whose post was
🔗 that with one mouthful of cooked tortoise he could tell you exactly which oil
🔗 and they come from Eventually he studied the hundreds of samples of finches
🔗 that he collected in the Galactica so islands and like the top disease.
🔗 Each one was slightly different depending on which island the a come from if God
🔗 had created every species why would he bother to create a different one for every
🔗 All and all of which had an identical climate conditions several ideas
🔗 when our influencing going a notice
🔗 that certain sloth fossils collected were in to do with prehistoric animals while
🔗 other slow spots were in tune with more modern shellfish.
🔗 So the slopes must have lived in both periods made in the caught up in a sudden
🔗 catastrophe such as a flood which wiped out all the old creatures of the
🔗 Scientology one about the lightest most used to cycle so remember what it was all
🔗 terror that there was around there.
🔗 They wanted about the creatures he collected with an eight foot deep in the scene
🔗 in Tenerife and wondered why if God only created creatures as objects of food
🔗 and beauty for man calling to be put things
🔗 when no one was ever likely to see them they got to expect a vast amount of time
🔗 and resources making create.
🔗 As in the middle of an ocean would light noble saints
🔗 and if someone said to spend billions of pounds on a joint dove
🔗 and stick it on a wife's landing great
🔗 one point Darwin said
🔗 I cannot be persuaded
🔗 that have been if it isn't an omnipotent God would have bothered to design the
🔗 parasitic waltz with the express intention of their feeding within the living
🔗 bodies of caterpillars windowing returns to England in one thousand nine hundred
🔗 eighty knowing the weak party of which he was a member had come to power the Whigs
🔗 want you to Britain run the code into the ethics of industry manufacturing
🔗 and science and you don't become world leaders in right always navigation
🔗 and engineering if your explanation for us quite dinosaur fossils is all well God
🔗 moves in mysterious ways in economics the weeks followed the ideas about them.
🔗 Smith who suggested
🔗 that the economy was best served by intense competition as a Whig don't approve of
🔗 the new direction the changing mood given the impetus to search for an answer.
🔗 Using his discoveries on the Eagle. Well might.
🔗 Some species survive while others died out in any species he said each individual
🔗 is slightly different but in the same why that every human is different
🔗 but we still human. But what happens when there's a change in the environment.
🔗 Suppose for example a species eats the leaves of trees in an area where the short
🔗 trees old die out leaving only the taller ones
🔗 that only the tallest of the species will be able to eat and leave them breed.
🔗 So after generations a whole new species will have evolved much taller than the
🔗 model it came from in this process he called natural selection this theory was
🔗 different from the marks but don't think creatures didn't change themselves
🔗 and it was just a matter of pure chaunce which were the most suitable for each
🔗 environment. So the life of the fittest just meant
🔗 that the survivors were those who were lucky enough to be suited to the local
🔗 conditions because if the natural world developed just by protecting the strongest
🔗 point out every single species will be a massive How could muscle would it from
🔗 Ingo's would have huge thick bunging Thomas are the only parrots to survive to be
🔗 the ones who got to the second debate.
🔗 You want to speculate as though in pieces to read together it cause enormous
🔗 anxiety Firstly became obsessive for example used a similar method to the one
🔗 that used to work at natural selection to decide whether or not to get married.
🔗 He wrote out to call and said he'd marry
🔗 and not to marry under marry was a constant companion
🔗 and friend in old age better than a dog.
🔗 Anyhow terms of music and female chit chat.
🔗 Intolerable to think of spending one's life like a neuter be intolerable to think
🔗 of spending one's life like a NEW to be a biologist way of saying well at least I
🔗 get me into why on a regular basis under not to marry was a conversation of
🔗 clever men at clubs perhaps quarrelling not forced to visit relatives
🔗 which may be why he married his cousin
🔗 they thought well think of us all of them.
🔗 So even if it related to relatives of the same a lot. I don't know.
🔗 Well counting his cousin Emma which would he even wrote about his sexual or rails
🔗 or in terms of how it fitted in with his theories November twenty seventh six your
🔗 desire made my saliva flow was a tendency to kiss and almost bite
🔗 that which one sexually loves is probably connected with flow of saliva.
🔗 Hence the action of mouth and jaws.
🔗 It was really a romantic was a
🔗 but don't wince greatest anxiety was his fear of the consequences of his own
🔗 He really was with the key to transforming the understanding of the natural world
🔗 and it terrified him so he refused to publish
🔗 or even tell anyone about his findings for twenty years.
🔗 What was he to scared of Firstly that it proves
🔗 that nature changed things by chance if species were constantly adapting the
🔗 nothing could be said to have a natural state
🔗 and an idea like this in the eighteenth forties could be extremely.
🔗 Indras but the Chartists were demanding universal suffrage
🔗 and in eighteen forty two.
🔗 They called the world's first general strike which paralyzed the country one
🔗 demonstration where a hundred fifty thousand Shelties gathered at Kennington common
🔗 to demand the vote.
🔗 Some of Darwin's colleagues decided to protect the museums against revolution the
🔗 geology standard Ramsey
🔗 and the botanist Edward Forbes went to their geological offices in Charing Cross
🔗 Armed with truncheons saying we are determined to protect the child might want
🔗 to do so I think this demonstration was a pale.
🔗 Did I think show to speakers at the rally would make speeches like it it's bad
🔗 enough that we are denied the vote
🔗 but even worse is the existence of lowering Foreign Office in Charing Cross
🔗 or did they think
🔗 that the Chartists would say hang on there's a hundred fifty thousand of us in
🔗 these numbers we can get in to see a geological exhibition without trying to
🔗 Darwin's worries about the political implications of natural selection Darwin was
🔗 anxious about how it would affect his career he was a vice president of the
🔗 Geological Society fish and plants had been one daughter
🔗 and he was a major shareholder in railway companies use social life was exchanging
🔗 which is Seasons dinner parties owning up to his blasphemous theories will be like
🔗 Tim Rice getting up at M.C.C. Dinner and say.
🔗 And by the way I've decided to join the rein in Hezbollah militia.
🔗 So for twenty years he lectured
🔗 and wrote without ever letting on what he was really thinking even imagine.
🔗 Boy it must have been light for the poor bloke the tall East incident well it might
🔗 impress me.
🔗 And you later Father Gil would you care to indulge in the delights of one of our
🔗 esteemed chocolates so when these Mr Darling I'd be missed and.
🔗 Now let me see you make a fuss just cheated
🔗 that I was offended realizes my natural selection
🔗 had your natural selection it'll cause too much trouble can cut up but not a.
🔗 Be related to it or in Supreme Court bait the chocolates
🔗 or the adventure
🔗 the this mighty meal he developed over manner of anxiety related diseases in a time
🔗 could only get out of bed for two hours a day so he held a writing fear of breaking
🔗 with his contemporaries which in some ways is understandable historians and so on.
🔗 It's a puzzle for years.
🔗 Why this was but imagine you're in a pub quiz
🔗 and everyone else on your team says Oh I know the answer that one but Lancaster.
🔗 Even if you knew that was wrong. Would you have the guts to say.
🔗 No it wasn't it was Fred Astaire.
🔗 Maybe you would but what they need to quizmaster say it and the answer A's.
🔗 But to Lancaster and everyone in the pub said yes we got it right then.
🔗 Burt Lancaster and then every film critic in the world came in the pub
🔗 and said it was definitely Burt Lancaster
🔗 and then Burt Lancaster came in to say that it was made.
🔗 He didn't have the guts to go. No it was for to say I don't I will go if possible.
🔗 So one of Darwin's other worries was not of proof
🔗 he knew that every little gap in each argument will be torn to pieces.
🔗 Nonetheless Darwin continued building up his evidence he investigated the
🔗 possibility of instincts being passed on through natural selection by studying B.
🔗 It was true that somebody might mathematically perfect honeycombs
🔗 but the mexican be used a different system not quite as perfect now only
🔗 that this was because the different beaded evolved in different environments all
🔗 the makes you can be easy
🔗 but just because you're probably Tori be say a word of AGA league turbulent hives.
🔗 So that parents of bees could choose whether to set the alarm
🔗 or the
🔗 few rich makes it can be send their young to a selective hall even hoping to after
🔗 twenty years Darwin was becoming your.
🔗 I did
🔗 and in addition the political situation it calms down measurably So Darwin had much
🔗 less to fear from the consequences than before
🔗 but two other things happened which provoked him into publishing his book one
🔗 hundred fifty one his favorite daughter ten year old and who died of a fever.
🔗 They said later chimed the final death knell for my Christianity.
🔗 Although he still stored on two eight hundred fifty eight
🔗 when he received a paper from another natural scientists called out for it.
🔗 WALLACE For some time they've been sending each other.
🔗 Fossils through the post
🔗 but now want to get in a paper expressing almost exactly the same ideas as Darwin
🔗 and he wanted Darwin's advice on whether to publish them.
🔗 Wallace is let a guy Darwin the impetus
🔗 that he needed what was the point in protecting the world from these theories now
🔗 if someone else was going to publish the same ideas anyway so he wrote back to
🔗 Wallace and told him that he'd got there first.
🔗 After all
🔗 that Darwin's publisher John Murray didn't think the subject was interesting
🔗 and one of his advisors said Tell Darwin to concentrate on writing a book about
🔗 pigeons everybody's interested in pigeons use this advisory
🔗 most of the dark Dickens come in.
🔗 Read the two cities thing that's some good stuff in there only can you play up the
🔗 pigeon angle.
🔗 Then Mary decided on a title an abstract of an essay on The only thing of species
🔗 in varieties through natural selection. How did this bloke ever keep his job.
🔗 He's prone to I got you've got a perfect title a treatise on the ability of certain
🔗 sites to attain a quantum wondering this eventually called On The Origin of Species
🔗 it was published in one nine hundred fifty nine and Darwin said
🔗 that revealing a secret was like confessing a murder.
🔗 Or one thousand two hundred fifty copies sold on the first day.
🔗 The clergy did go mad.
🔗 For example Darwin's friend Huxley was defending natural selection as a lecturer in
🔗 Oxford one hundred sixty a Bishop Wilberforce stood up
🔗 and shouted to all this are is it on your grandmother's or. A grandfather.
🔗 Sigh that you are descended from the monkey.
🔗 But there were also many just scientific objections natural selection if it were
🔗 said the critics would take hundreds of generations to form a new species on the
🔗 earth hadn't been around long enough for the evolution of all the world's plants
🔗 and animals.
🔗 This was where Darwin shocks the scientific world a guy with his conclusion of the
🔗 earth's huge windowing came up with his figure.
🔗 It was on the antique drunk show and how old do you think they say these.
🔗 Well I thought someone said mean yeah. I did guess that's right.
🔗 What would you say if I told you
🔗 that this was made three hundred million years ago.
🔗 Oh how much it was
🔗 but there was one passage in Origin of Species
🔗 that more than any other had the creationists howling with laughter.
🔗 While was Darwin realised what mammal was so I must be related to other mammals.
🔗 So he wrote in North America the black bear has been seen swimming for hours
🔗 catching insects like a whale.
🔗 I can see no difficulty in a race of baz being rendered by natural selection more
🔗 requests Akin their structure
🔗 and habits to the creature was produced as monstrous as a whale.
🔗 Joey must've felt when you say something really stupid at school
🔗 and all the other kids are going to get back up to come a while.
🔗 Do you do if you're not the same don't you believe in one of those things you get
🔗 on the Cartoon Network.
🔗 No one can stop my evil plan
🔗 but I am tied to the sub Ehrhoff Wales where the fossils of creatures
🔗 that will haul flight between one species
🔗 and the next he was asked a particular way the evidence of this why you will bail
🔗 thing right up until the nineteen I.T.S.
🔗 Creationists like Alan how you wrote in his book Creation
🔗 and Evolution was saying done this thread.
🔗 He mentioned the whale as it presents them with one of their most infallible
🔗 problems. Until the nine hundred ninety S.
🔗 when Paleontologist discovered a series of fossils in Pakistan of why he was with
🔗 bear like features including Ambulocetus now Tom's which is Latin for the swimming
🔗 walking while you.
🔗 So it took the evolution is one hundred thirty years
🔗 but they found it to be pretty
🔗 and I wanted to ring up the bloke who discovered it when he got home and say it.
🔗 Guess what they all found a lost place from dull
🔗 when it says on convicts there must be a creature which is half lawyer
🔗 and half daddy longlegs.
🔗 But there had been one major omission from his book where humans fitted into the
🔗 theory of evolution this he predicted would have been too much
🔗 but the six answer redressed this in The Descent of Man published in one thousand
🔗 nine hundred ninety one in The Descent of Man he set out to prove the similarities
🔗 between humans
🔗 and apes to start with he saw it in the case of a man called Brian who had given
🔗 the booze bowls of strong beer
🔗 and observed them drunk he said on the following morning they were cross
🔗 and dismal.
🔗 They held their aching heads with both hands
🔗 and wore a most pitiable expression
🔗 but did he watch them while they were drunk to see if they would help the jungle
🔗 guide I have a large but on a with extra silly. Well they might was going on.
🔗 I'll go here next to these lawyers.
🔗 They show how closely human embryos resemble the embryos of animals
🔗 and to those who protested
🔗 that we couldn't be linked to rights because they saw much hay area show down the
🔗 hair on humans arms Convergys towards the Eldar in an identical white to the hair
🔗 on gorillas
🔗 and chimpanzees one point he wrote We do not know whether man is descended from the
🔗 or the gorilla which uniting seventy one in some circles must have been like a
🔗 teenage girl sign.
🔗 I'm not sure whether to go live with a gang of ales on news
🔗 or Bill Wyman towards the end of Darwin's life of layer of scientists to emerge to
🔗 soar to use or to misuse Darwin to prove that.
🔗 Survival of the fifty's deployed to human society and
🔗 that some humans for example blacks
🔗 and criminals were born inferior this group included has already Lumbroso who
🔗 that people who inherited the urge to be criminals also inherited the urge to get
🔗 Front she's gotten another of Darwin's cousins
🔗 and prominent scientists claim to have huge natural selection to prove something
🔗 else I have compiled of beauty data by classifying the girls I passed in the
🔗 streets as attractive indifferent or repellent.
🔗 I found London to rank the highest for beauty Aberdeen lowest.
🔗 Or not which caused him to be kicked off the board of evidence football club
🔗 and followed the theories as if you'll say a famous French biologist who argued
🔗 that black people is not evil was a whole year on their stomach than
🔗 that of whites. Which proves that they were more childlike and less intelligent
🔗 and Gustava bomb admired as the founder of social psychology wrote a nine hundred
🔗 seventy nine in the most intelligent races as among the Parisians women's brains
🔗 the closer in size to those of gorillas than male human brains
🔗 and intelligent woman is possible
🔗 but is as unlikely as a gorilla with two Head Start
🔗 apart from the fact that these theories were ridiculous.
🔗 They also had nothing to do with Darwin it's falling out with Fitzroy remember had
🔗 been about slavery though
🔗 when opposed all those who used the term survival of the fittest as justification
🔗 for the actions of the powerful in human society.
🔗 In fact he argued that one of the ways
🔗 that humans it's a voice is by developing a sense of sympathy for the deprived.
🔗 Oh these distortions obscure Darwin's genius which was to look at the site in world
🔗 to every other human history and looked at
🔗 and see something completely different
🔗 and yet be so right now one hundred sixty years later the missing links to be
🔗 theories are still being found. For example so accurate.
🔗 Was he in his instincts that during.
🔗 One of his arguments with catching feature oil he said one of you Tories should be
🔗 put in pickle as a specimen as you will soon be as rare as the rarest fungus.
🔗 An evolutionary terms one hundred sixty years countersued
🔗 April eighty ninety two. Dolly died.
🔗 The evolution revolution is a reminder that nothing is static.
🔗 There's no right to anything today for a long period in my saying
🔗 that nothing will ever change but under the surface ideas and habits
🔗 and activities a slowly being transformed Whiting to burst forth apparently
🔗 suddenly taking everyone by surprise.
🔗 All the revolutions in the series have been one thought people have said most of
🔗 the noise would never have believed
🔗 that they would ever help to transform society the washerwomen of Paris the writing
🔗 style more guy.
🔗 Better work as a picture grads not only slaves of the Union Army
🔗 and even chose to always at one point these were just like the woman next door the
🔗 bloke up the pub.
🔗 So who side with the one day the woman next door to you will say could you feed the
🔗 cat for me for a couple of days day Iranian popping down to the barricades to set
🔗 fire to a tank they could one day be a program
🔗 that goes a series of lectures on revolution this week the
🔗 British revolution in which case one of the first things
🔗 that the new regime should do is to say
🔗 that if kids have to sing hymns at school about God creating everything then they
🔗 should be only steams
🔗 and mean everything including the parasitic was a door
🔗 we had to say only they brought me in so to make sure
🔗 that the French say the things you
🔗 cross can do to the girls my age I am your little.
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- 2016-08-11 23:00:00
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